Graduate Theological Union
Economies of Care: New Graduate’s Work Focuses on Agriculture, Housing and Ethics
A feature on new GTU graduate Liz Nash, whose dissertation explores sustainable development and the housing shortage in the Bay Area.
The GTU in the World: GTU Representatives Visit Qatar and Korea
Last April, GTU President Donahue participated in the U.S.-Islamic World Forum in Doha, Qatar, and also made an outreach trip to South Korea with Jane Whitfield, GTU vice president for advancement.
SKSM students Amir Kia, Theodora Davitt-Cornyn, and Denis Paul talk about their experience at the GTU consortium.
Point of View: The Role of the Laity
JSTB President Joseph Daoust and DSPT President Michael Sweeney discuss the unique role of the laity and the challenges they face in their ministries.
Extraordinary Gifts Benefit GTU Programs
Four gifts totaling almost $3 million will benefit the GTU library, student scholarships, and the Islamic studies program.
A Jubilant Life: GTU Alum Carroll Saussy Reflects on Learning, Art, and Giving Back
Read about 1993 GTU alum of the year Carroll Saussy and her pastoral work, her passion for art, and her experience at the GTU.
2005 New Graduates
Take a look at our newly minted Ph.D., M.A., and M.A.B.L. graduates, and their thesis titles.
Curriculum Unbound: Clare Fischer’s Interdisciplinary Teaching
SKSM’s Clare Fischer retired this spring with the Sarlo Award for excellence in Teaching.
Alumni Insights: Martha Ann Kirk, Th.D. ’86
GTU alum Martha Ann Kirk discusses the experiences that led her from the GTU’s Th.D. program in religion and the arts to her vocation as a professor of religious studies.
From the President’s Desk
President James Donahue reflects on his international trips to Qatar and South Korea this spring, which embody the increasingly global scope of the GTU’s ecumenical and interfaith work.